U.S. Forest Service researcher Dave Peterson talks about how climate change is threatening the West’s forests and the adaptation efforts he and others are taking.
A recent study looks at what disturbances, ranging from wildfires to regular harvesting, mean for forests in Oregon’s West Cascades, and their ability to act as carbon sinks.
Fires and other disturbances are the primary agents of change in forests. A recent paper examines the connection between disturbances, climate change, and ecological change in U.S. forests.
Tracking what an early spring or false spring (when temperatures rise only to be followed by a hard freeze) can mean for the Northwest under climate change.
Accepting the evidence for climate change might not be necessary to get people to respond to climate impacts. A new study looks at what this means for homeowners preparing for wildfires.
Resource managers and climate researchers are working together to help the Blue Mountains respond to climate change impacts. A recent report illustrates how.
This winter’s El Niño is poised to be one of the strongest yet recorded. Here’s what that might mean for the Northwest.